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Rehab – Getting Sober [Video]
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Rehab – Getting Sober [Video]

He spent over $1M on drugs before getting sober Written by Fiona Sinclair Scott, CNNLondon One of the last parties that DJ Fat Tony played was Brooklyn Beckham's 21st birthday, held in a giant glass marquee at David and Victoria Beckham's family home in the English countryside. After that, he performed at the legendary London venue Ministry of Sound. Then, the city went into lockdown. DJ Fat Tony -- real name Tony Marnach -- is a mainstay of London's events party scene, often providing the music (sometimes with help from his friend and occasional DJ partner, Kate Moss) at fashion weeks, celebrity birthday parties (he's played for Madonna, Prince and Michael Jackson) and countless club nights. Despite his night job, Tony is now proudly sober. During the lockdown, he la...
Join Us and Help Support Our War On Internet Crimes Against Our Children
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Join Us and Help Support Our War On Internet Crimes Against Our Children

Sharing my story to help drive interest and support for my ICFO War on Crimes Against Our Children. It Is Time for You to Join Our War On Internet Crime Against Our Children Internet Crime Is Everyone's Responsibility. You read further, you will understand why we need your support It takes an Army of Members, Money, Likes, Shares, and Comments to launch a credible fight on an A War That We Are Losing! Child Sexual Abuse, Up Nearly 145% in 1 Year My message as a victim Good day and Welcome. I am asking my friends and contacts to support the following cause. You can start with your likes, sharing and comment to bring additional traffic to our Internet Crime Fighters Org Facebook page Your donations help us pay the bill for a free content https://www.facebook.com/...
Explosion of online child sexual abuse imagery [Video]
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Explosion of online child sexual abuse imagery [Video]

Child sexual abuse images and online exploitation surge during the pandemic With tech companies' moderation efforts constrained by the pandemic, distributors of child sexual exploitation material are growing bolder, using major platforms to try to draw audiences. The coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in reports of child sexual exploitation material on the internet, with some of it lurking on major tech platforms. Claire Merchlinsky / for NBC News Michael Oghia was on a Zoom videoconference with about 20 climate activists last week when someone hijacked the presenter's screen to show a video of explicit pornography involving an infant. "It took me a moment to process it," said Oghia, advocacy and engagement manager at the Global Forum for Media Developments. "At fi...
Teens Drug and Alcohol Rehab [Video]
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Teens Drug and Alcohol Rehab [Video]

Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Teens Reviewed by Dr. Keerthy Sunder, MD, DFAPA Being a teenager isn’t easy. Teen years may involve personal exploration and self-discovery, but they also mark the awkward but necessary transition from adolescence to adulthood. During this journey, teens are faced with more responsibilities, more decision-making, and more pressure to succeed than ever before. It comes an as little surprise, then, that teens are statistically more likely than the general population to dabble in drug and alcohol use. Teenagers in the U.S. have been experimenting with drugs and alcohol for decades. In fact, many people view experimentation as a right of passage for young adults. However, drug use is dangerous for teenagers. Teens who use drugs have a higher likeli...
Weight Loss – When dieting doesn’t work [Video]
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Weight Loss – When dieting doesn’t work [Video]

Weight Loss - When dieting doesn’t work At any given time, more than a third of Americans are on a specific diet, with weight loss as a leading reason. Most are going to be disappointed, because even when successful, lost weight is frequently regained within a few months. While most weight-loss diets can help you lose weight, they may be unsuccessful over the long run for a number of reasons. Some people don’t follow their diets carefully and don’t lose much weight even from the start. Others may go off the diet entirely after a while, because it’s too restrictive or the foods aren’t appealing. Some may engage in less physical activity as they consume fewer calories. But who hasn’t heard of someone doing everything right and still losing minimal weight, or regaining l...
Caffeine – How Much Is Too Much? [Video]
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Caffeine – How Much Is Too Much? [Video]

Should We Cut Back On Caffeine? AUTHORS : P.Tulasi, M.Akshara, M.Manisha Reddy, M. Hiranmai, M. Anusha Reddy. Sarojini Naidu Vanita Pharmacy Maha Vidyalaya, Hyderabad Abstract We aimed to explore the different effects of the ingestion of caffeine. We mainly focused on the advantages and disadvantages of caffeine ingestion along with healthy dosage and alternatives for caffeine. We conclude that the ingestion of caffeine may acutely improve muscle strength and provide significant health benefits for training men (Athletes). Introduction Caffeine is a central nervous stimulant of the methylxanthine class. It is the world’s most widely consumed psychoactive drug. Caffeine is a bitter white crystalline purine alkaloid and is chemically related to adenine and guanine...
Reducing Traumatic Stress and Anxiety [Video]
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Reducing Traumatic Stress and Anxiety [Video]

Easing stress and seeking normalcy in traumatic times For most Americans, 2020 has already been a rough year — and it’s not even half over. A pandemic, natural disasters, economic decline, and, for many, the loss of a job have taken a toll on their mental health. “Stress is particularly acute when you’re experiencing a situation that is outside of your control,” says Dr. Kerry Ressler, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. “You may feel stuck, frozen, or helpless.” After a traumatic period, even when things settle down, it can be difficult to move on and regain a sense of normalcy. Reducing stress and regaining your footing So, how can you reduce your stress and regain your footing after going through a bad time, whether that’s the result of a large-scale n...
Forget the Myths, What’s the Best Running Shoes For You? [Video]
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Forget the Myths, What’s the Best Running Shoes For You? [Video]

What to Know to Find the Best Running Shoes: 6 Myths Uncovered It’s hard to think about running without also thinking about one piece of gear: running shoes. We usually put a lot of consideration into what goes on our feet when we are looking to buy new shoes. These days there is a wide range of different models on the running shoe market. This can make buying a new pair of running shoes quite a challenge! From “barefoot shoes are perfect for a natural running style” to “light shoes make you faster”… The running world is full of opinions and myths. But how much truth is there to the opinions and “facts”? We talked to our expert Sascha Wingenfeld, and he showed us what really matters when it comes to finding the best running shoes for your needs. Myth 1: “Barefo...
Nutrition – Guidelines, Controversy [Video]
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Nutrition – Guidelines, Controversy [Video]

Nutrition - New “guidelines,” say continue red meat consumption habits, but recommendations contradict the evidence A controversial “dietary guidelines recommendation” published in Annals of Internal Medicine suggests that adults can continue to consume red meat and processed meat at current levels of intake. [1] This recommendation runs contradictory to the large body of evidence indicating higher consumption of red meat—especially processed red meat—is associated with higher risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, certain types of cancers, and premature death. However, according to the Annals authors, their guidelines were based on a series of “rigorous” systematic reviews (published simultaneously [2-6]) that would presumably account for all this available...
Healthy Lifestyle – Living Longer [Video]
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Healthy Lifestyle – Living Longer [Video]

Healthy lifestyle: 5 keys to a longer life Monique Tello, MD, MPH Contributor How is it that the United States spends the most money on healthcare, and yet still has one of the lowest life expectancies of all developed nations? (To be specific: $9,400 per capita, 79 years, and 31st.) Maybe those of us in healthcare have been looking at it all wrong, for too long. Healthy lifestyle and longevity Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health conducted a massive study of the impact of health habits on life expectancy, using data from the well-known Nurses’ Health Study (NHS) and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study (HPFS). This means that they had data on a huge number of people over a very long period of time. The NHS included over 78,000...